The Virtualizor Team has released Virtualizor 2.6.3
This version has some cool new features and many bug fixes.
The following is a list of changes in this version:
1) [Feature] An Admin can now create their own OS Distros. OS Templates starting with the OS Distro “name handle” will be clubbed in this.
2) [Feature] Master and Slave settings have now been categorized and a new method of syncing these settings across the slaves has been added in this version. All Master settings would be synced across all slaves. Admins can also override certain master settings on particular slaves.
3) [Feature] Network Speed Graph has been added in this version. Users can now watch the network speed usage of their VMs.
4) [Feature] Existing rDNS record management feature has been added to the enduser panel. More improvements will come in the next versions.
5) [Task] rDNS can now be enabled for all VMs without assigning DNS plans to each user. There is a new Master Setting added for this. The Admin will still need to configure PowerDNS with Virtualizor.
6) [Task] Added Internal IP for Servers. This will be used in the future.
7) [Task] Added support for WHMCS media groups. Admins were not able to use Media group option in WHMCS module. Now it has been added.
8) [Task] noVNC settings used to avoid the VNC IP set by the admin. With the new categorization of the Master and Slave Settings, its now possible to configure noVNC as per the VNC IP set.
9) [Task] Changed the naming pattern of Snapshots when a VM is being backed up. The snapshot name will now be “backup-VPS_NAME-5_RAND_CHARS”
10) [Task] Added rDNS API response.
11) [Task] Added DNS API response.
12) [Task] The Enduser IPv6 Manage Subnet wizard was missing some language strings. This has been rectified.
13) [Bug Fix] When an enduser opened the Java VNC twice in the enduser panel, the session would get destroyed. This is fixed now.
14) [Bug Fix] When the Master is not an OpenVZ Server, endusers could not see the Tun/Tap settings even when it was enabled by the Admin. This is fixed now.
15) [Bug Fix] Bandwidth Reset was not working on Slave Servers. This is fixed now.
16) [Bug Fix] Added IP validation while adding a new Virtualizor Slave Server.
18) [Bug Fix] There was a minor bug in OpenVZ installer. This is fixed now.
19) [Bug Fix] If the VNC IP was defined on a Xen Node, Xen HVM VMs would still listen on the Public IP. This is fixed now.
Virtualizor supports OpenVZ, Xen, XenServer and Linux-KVM on CentOS and Ubuntu and they all can be managed from the Master. We are adding more features and if you have any suggestions, do let us know. We hope you enjoy this version of Virtualizor.
The Virtualizor Team